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Altidore back at home for January camp

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U.S. starlet Christian Pulisic eager to prove himself at Borussia Dortmund

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses the 25 most important players for the United States, which includes a few younger players such as Julian Green.

When it comes to succeeding at an overseas club, the assimilation game that U.S. prospects must play is an enigma, one that might very well have stumped famed cryptologist Alan Turing. Yet for U.S. under-17 international Christian Pulisic, it's a code that he's determined to crack.

It's a challenge that is complex and full of subtlety. There is an entire culture to adapt to, both in terms of playing and everyday life. The game becomes a job, and not just a passion. Individual clubs and coaches...

Jurgen Klinsmann backheels two balls at the same time

The USA suffered their third straight loss on Wednesday evening, eventually going down 3-2 against Chile in Rancagua despite taking the lead twice through Brek Shea and Jozy Altidore.

There was, however, one brief sliver of positivity, with US coach Jurgen Klinsmann setting sail aboard the showboat 10 minutes into the second half -- putting on a masterful display of touch and technique on the touchline with not one ball, but two.

A porous U.S. defense allows Chile to rally in exhibition loss

Chile forward Mark Gonzalez scored the winning goal for his side to beat the United States 3-2 in Rancagua.

The U.S. men's national team began the 2015 campaign much like it finished 2014, with the Americans fading late to fall 3-2 to hosts Chile.

The U.S. twice went ahead in the first half in Wednesday's friendly, with goals from left wing back Brek Shea and striker Jozy Altidore sandwiched around a first-half tally from Roberto Gutierrez. But a stirring fight back, punctuated by a pair of goals from Mark Gonzalez, saw the home side prevail in Rancagua, Chile.

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United States defense crumbles as Chile snatch victory in Rancagua

Chile forward Mark Gonzalez scored the winning goal for his side to beat the United States 3-2 in Rancagua.

Brek Shea and Jozy Altidore scored first-half goals for the United States, but it wasn't enough as the national team opened its 2015 schedule with an entertaining 3-2 friendly loss -- its third in as many games -- against hosts Chile at the Estadio El Teniente in Rancagua, Chile.

Here's how the individual American players performed in the match:

Player Ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players introduced after 70 minutes get no rating)

GK Nick Rimando, 5 -- Helpless on the three goals against but also...

Klinsmann's U.S. national team January camp his most intriguing yet

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann discusses what he expects from both his side and Chile ahead of their clash in Rancagua.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol broke down the 25 most important players of the United States, with Tim Howard left off the list.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses the 25 most important players for the United States, which includes a few younger players such as Julian Green.

Jurgen Klinsmann doesn't have a state of the union address to give, but if he did, he might point out that if ever there was an exception to the apparent hysteria under which January U.S. national team camps usually operate, it might be this year.

Yes, we can look at the debutante's ball feel of the January camps; for every fringe player who introduces themselves and goes on to play in Russia in 2018, there will be five destined to become trivia answers. But it would be a mistake to assume these...

The United States' 10 best players under the age of 21

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses the 25 most important players for the United States, which includes a few younger players such as Julian Green.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol broke down the 25 most important players of the United States, with Tim Howard left off the list.
USMNT head coach Jurgen Klinsmann comments on how younger players are meshing with the senior squad.

The end of every World Cup cycle brings about major change in the composition of the U.S. national team, and the retirement of Landon Donovan and DaMarcus Beasley means that this time around has proved no different.

For that reason, eyes will be cast on prospects beginning to emerge and, given the quest by U.S. manager Jurgen Klinsmann to find the holy grail of an attack-minded, proactive playing style, it will require contributions from some rising stars if that goal is to even come close to fruition. 

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